This destiny of contrasts mixes a historical legacy of more than 2,000 years with the most contemporary constructions, even futuristic, designed by great architects such as Norman Foster (Palacio de Congresos), Santiago Calatrava (City of Arts and Sciences) or David Chipperfield ( Veles e Vents building). For those who prefer outdoor spaces, the old Turia riverbed, converted into an immense park that runs through the city from end to end, is another resource for social, sports or team building activities. When each event worth its salt has its morning run, it raises a joggin or a bicycle tour following the uncle’s path between paths of groves and gardens until it reaches the City of Arts and Sciences. Not forgetting other green spaces such as the Albufera, which keeps the essence of ancient Valencia with millenary rice fields and orchards, places in which to organize incentives with orange flavor and orange blossom smell.
The city opened its doors to the sea with the Marina Beach Club and the relaunch of the Veles e Vents building, with restaurants such as La Marítima and different spaces facing the sea. The commitment to sustainability in the events is based on an offer of sustainable spaces, built with recycled materials or with photovoltaic roofs, km 0 caterings, bike tours … A walk or bike ride through the Jardines del Turia, former bed from the river turned into an immense garden of eight kilometers that crosses the city, a catamaran trip on the Malvarrosa beach, a paella showcooking in the Albufera or an incentive between orange trees in the rich Valencian garden are other alternatives for those looking for experiences unique in a privileged climate throughout the year.
These claims are joined by a leading offer of venues and venues for congresses and events, with the Palacio de Congresos, the Valencia Fair Events Center and different rooms in the City of Arts and Sciences, such as the Oceanogràfic or the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, at the head.